Job Title: Associate Program Director - Nursing
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The Associate Program Director is responsible for the success and proper management of the assigned Stratford University academic program. The Associate Program Director will oversee the development and obtainment of accreditation for new courses, supervise and schedule faculty and serve as a liaison between the campus, community, high schools and local businesses. Specific responsibilities will include enhancing the University’s standing as a provider of degree granting related curriculum and the development of new curriculum. The Associate Program Director will also create an environment that attracts talented faculty and staff and promote excellence in teaching. The Program Director is expected to work collaboratively with instructional faculty and academic support programs to facilitate student success and strengthen the reputation of the university by promoting excellence in student service, advocacy, and curriculum. Active participation in departmental, campus and college committees is required.
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Stratford University is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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